Meizu had unveiled the Meizu E2 smartphone in China in April last year. It was launched with a distinguishing design as it came with quad LED flash arranged horizontally on the upper antenna band. A leaked image of the Meizu E3 has surfaced today. It reveals that the smartphone will be not only sporting a dual camera setup but also a different design compared to its predecessor.
The rear view of the alleged Meizu E3 shows the presence of a vertically arranged dual camera setup and below it is a ring LED flash. The rumored E3 appears to be wearing a full metallic body. The antenna bands can be seen on the top and bottom edges of the phone
It is speculated that the E3 may sport a full screen design. This suggests that it could be yet another phone from the company after Meizu M6S and the upcoming Meizu 15 Plus to feature side-mounted fingerprint reader.
It is also expected to feature the pressure-sensitive Super mBack button that was introduced on the Meizu M6S. The handset seen in the leaked image could be a prototype of Meizu E3 as it does not feature the branding of the company. As of this writing, there is no information available on the other specs of the phone. MediaTek is expected to debut the Helio P70 and Helio P40 chipset at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. Hence, there is a possibility that the E3 may include Helio P70 or P40 chipset.
It is speculated that the Meizu E3 may debut in March this year. The E2 smartphone had arrived with a pricing of 1,299 Yuan. Hence, it is speculated to arrive with a similar pricing.